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Carolyn Mogg

Youngstown, Ohio

March 14, 1937 - June 6, 2024

Carolyn Mogg Obituary

Canfield

The family of Carolyn Patricia Mogg of Canfield, known affectionately as “Pat” mourns her passing on June 6, 2024 at the age of 87.

Pat was born March 14, 1937 to Leonard and Ethel Conroy Quinlan and raised on the northside of Youngstown.  She attended Villa Maria High School and graduated from Ursuline High School in 1955.  

She was co-owner of Sharon Packing Company in Farrell, PA with her husband, Arthur “Doc” Mogg, until retiring in 2013. She attended Youngstown University, majoring in advertising while working at Livingston's Women’s Store as an ad copy designer.  As president of Sigma, Sigma, Sigma, she helped bring the sorority from a local chapter to a national charter. She was also past president of Catholic Ladies Seton.  Pat was proud of her Irish heritage.

Pat was a talented watercolor artist and gardener.  Planning and tending to her vast flower gardens was a passion which inspired and impressed any visitor to her home.  She was a voracious reader and lifelong learner and was a member of many book clubs. In her younger years she enjoyed poker and bridge, (Senior Master).

She loved her backyard pool, crossword puzzles, and Words with Friends. She watched her bluebirds feed from her kitchen window, and marveled at the variety of birds that visited her feeders daily. She looked forward to her daily conversations with her nephew, Ed O’Neill, brother-in-law, Gerry Mogg, and her dearest friends, especially MaryAnn English.  

Pat was well-known for her quick wit, generosity, and her encouragement to her children and grandchildren to fight for social justice, and to be fair and kind. She instilled the love of reading, the arts, and enjoying all that nature has to offer to all of her family.  In perfect grandmotherly fashion, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren have never-ending talent, and zero faults.  Her favorite holiday was Christmas. Christmas Eve was her special event where family and friends gathered from near and far for food, laughter, and cheer.

She leaves her children, Karl (Arla Martin) Mogg, Laura (Dennis Krancevich) Mogg, Mike and Claudia Mogg, Dave and Jill Mogg, Lisa Mogg, with whom she made her home, Julie and Kerry Durkin, Kent Mogg, Paul and Kristi Mogg.  Her grandchildren, Katey (Marshall) Boumann, Erin Mogg, Patrick Donovan, Kaley (Zack) Zatorsky, Tess Donovan, Randy McCloskey, Michael (Christa Briceland) Mogg, Amanda (Nick) Lovey, Trisha (Noah) Kelley, Emily (Wes Skeels) Mogg, Conor Mogg, Hannah Mogg, Meghan (Matt) Blount, Joe Durkin, Bridget Durkin, Jason Mogg, Kye Mogg, Katherine Mogg, and Devon Cool.

She leaves her great-grandchildren, Mileena Zatorsky, Landon, Liam and Lainey Lovey, Quinn and Milo Mogg, Annabelle and Jake Kelley, Vivian Dubois, Jacob and Emma Blount, with another great-granddaughter and great-grandson on the way.  She also leaves her brother-in-law Gerry (Debbie) Mogg, and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, and love of her life Doc, son Tyler Mogg, sister-in-law Frankie Brock, sisters Ruth O’Neill, Jeanne Zabel, and Mary Ellen O’Neill.

The family would like to thank Dr. Tom Traikoff, Dr. Tom Geisler, Dr. Tom Chirichella, and the nurses from Hospice of the Valley, especially Nici.  Private services will be held at a later date.  Donations in Pat’s name may be made to The Beatitude House in care of Ursuline Sisters Mission.

Arrangements are being handled by Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Home in Youngstown, Ohio.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Carolyn Mogg hosted by Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Home.

Canfield

The family of Carolyn Patricia Mogg of Canfield, known affectionately as “Pat” mourns her passing on June 6, 2024 at the age of 87.

Pat was born March 14, 1937 to Leonard and Ethel Conroy Quinlan and raised on the northside of Youngstown.  She attended Villa Maria High School and graduated from Ursuline High School in 1955.  

She was co-owner of Sharon Packing Company in Farrell, PA with her husband, Arthur “Doc” Mogg, until retiring in 2013. She attended Youngstown University, majoring in advertising while working at Livingston's Women’s Store as an ad copy designer.  As president of Sigma, Sigma, Sigma, she helped bring the sorority from a local chapter to a national charter. She was also past president of Catholic Ladies Seton.  Pat was proud of her Irish heritage.

Pat was a talented watercolor artist and gardener.  Planning and tending to her vast flower gardens was a passion which inspired and impressed any visitor to her home.  She was a voracious reader and lifelong learner and was a member of many book clubs. In her younger years she enjoyed poker and bridge, (Senior Master).

She loved her backyard pool, crossword puzzles, and Words with Friends. She watched her bluebirds feed from her kitchen window, and marveled at the variety of birds that visited her feeders daily. She looked forward to her daily conversations with her nephew, Ed O’Neill, brother-in-law, Gerry Mogg, and her dearest friends, especially MaryAnn English.  

Pat was well-known for her quick wit, generosity, and her encouragement to her children and grandchildren to fight for social justice, and to be fair and kind. She instilled the love of reading, the arts, and enjoying all that nature has to offer to all of her family.  In perfect grandmotherly fashion, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren have never-ending talent, and zero faults.  Her favorite holiday was Christmas. Christmas Eve was her special event where family and friends gathered from near and far for food, laughter, and cheer.

She leaves her children, Karl (Arla Martin) Mogg, Laura (Dennis Krancevich) Mogg, Mike and Claudia Mogg, Dave and Jill Mogg, Lisa Mogg, with whom she made her home, Julie and Kerry Durkin, Kent Mogg, Paul and Kristi Mogg.  Her grandchildren, Katey (Marshall) Boumann, Erin Mogg, Patrick Donovan, Kaley (Zack) Zatorsky, Tess Donovan, Randy McCloskey, Michael (Christa Briceland) Mogg, Amanda (Nick) Lovey, Trisha (Noah) Kelley, Emily (Wes Skeels) Mogg, Conor Mogg, Hannah Mogg, Meghan (Matt) Blount, Joe Durkin, Bridget Durkin, Jason Mogg, Kye Mogg, Katherine Mogg, and Devon Cool.

She leaves her great-grandchildren, Mileena Zatorsky, Landon, Liam and Lainey Lovey, Quinn and Milo Mogg, Annabelle and Jake Kelley, Vivian Dubois, Jacob and Emma Blount, with another great-granddaughter and great-grandson on the way.  She also leaves her brother-in-law Gerry (Debbie) Mogg, and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, and love of her life Doc, son Tyler Mogg, sister-in-law Frankie Brock, sisters Ruth O’Neill, Jeanne Zabel, and Mary Ellen O’Neill.

The family would like to thank Dr. Tom Traikoff, Dr. Tom Geisler, Dr. Tom Chirichella, and the nurses from Hospice of the Valley, especially Nici.  Private services will be held at a later date.  Donations in Pat’s name may be made to The Beatitude House in care of Ursuline Sisters Mission.

Arrangements are being handled by Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Home in Youngstown, Ohio.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Carolyn Mogg hosted by Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Home.

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